Culture spokesman of the Popular Party in the House of Representatives, John of God Ruano, announced that the Party has submitted a parliamentary initiative to issue a stamp commemorating the 125th anniversary of the launch of Isaac Peral submarine.
Ruano was speaking this morning in Cartagena, on a visit to the Isaac Peral Hall at the Naval Museum, which has been accompanied by the mayor of Cartagena and National MP, Pilar Barreiro, director of the Naval Museum, Paul Zarate, and Councillor for Culture of the City of Cartagena, Rosario Montero.
This initiative has already been recorded in the Congress aims to "promote the image and person of Isaac Peral, his entire legacy and scientific and technological development, which means all a world leader in shipbuilding," said the spokesman popular.
Juan de Dios Ruano thanked the support of both the Mayor and the Minister of Development Ana Pastor, who "has provided support and confidence to the issuance of this commemorative intended to serve as timbre of pride for all Cartagena".
The stamp will be in circulation in a few months and has had the help of director Naval Museum of Madrid, Jose Antonio Gonzalez, who has provided the outline for the development of postal stamp commemorating the 125th anniversary of the launching of Peral.
Popular spokesman expects all parliamentary groups support this initiative that "aims not only to enhance the figure of Isaac Peral but also spread the values â€‹â€‹he incarnated in life, values â€‹â€‹such as love for scientific and technological development, the love of ideas and projects and above all, the love of country and loyalty to his country. "
With this initiative, it is intended that all Spanish to know the figure of Isaac Peral across in Spain and that Naval Museum can be visited and known by all citizens.
Remember that this initiative stems from the visit that the Committee on Culture of the Congress of Deputies held last April, where "we observed that a city like Cartagena has managed to make cultural heritage a source of economic growth and tourism" , concluded John of God Ruano.
Source: PP Cartagena